Argentina's Carlos Tevez has been the biggest flop at the 2011 Copa America

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Argentina striker Carlos Tevez has been the biggest flop at the 2011 Copa America, according to Goal.com #GoalPoll users.

The 27-year-old Manchester City attacker, who has been the subject of much transfer speculation in the past week, attracted 50 per cent of the vote, following a tournament where he failed to score a goal and missed a penalty in his side's quarter-final exit to Uruguay.

Brazilian full-back Dani Alves was next on the list, attracting 26% of voters, while the 'other' category grabbed 13% of the vote.

The view on the performances of Chile's Alexis Sanchez and Colombia's Radamel Falcao wasn't so harsh, with the pair receiving 7% and 4% of the vote respectively.

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#goalpoll falcao? No way, I'm gonna have to go with tevez who seems to be affected totally by transfer rumors.
- @haznasir
Hazwan Nasir


Then again Biggest Copa Flop is the whole Brazil team #GoalPoll @goal_intl

 - @MulaCEO
Sean S. Patrick


The biggest flop of the copa america has to be......Carlos Tevez- no goals,no assists, missed penalty = no contribution. #GoalPoll
 - @MidoAkaPrinze
Mido



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